“To be street homeless – to be a person who sleeps outside – is to face many challenges every day. The day probably begins early: the patch on which you’re sleeping is likely to be needed as an access door, or your presence is challenged by a park attendant or security guard.”

A sermon from Revd Dr Sam Wells, delivered on the Fourth Sunday of Epiphany / Homelessness Sunday.

Readings for this service: Luke 14: 15-24